Dec 21, 2020
Finally, some relief (probably)
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Congress at last reached an agreement on a second round of COVID-19 aid. The $900 billion package, if passed, will bring immediate relief to millions of Americans still struggling through the pandemic-induced financial crisis, including those who are months behind on rent. The deal also includes money for cultural institutions, like indie movie theaters. On today’s show: the impact of the coming relief money. Plus, when teachers should get the coronavirus vaccine and why one lender wants young people to stay on her reservation.

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